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Toomer

[too-mer] /ˈtu mər/
noun
1.
Jean, 1894–1967, U.S. writer.

toom

[toom] /tum/ Scot. and North England
adjective
1.
empty; vacant.
verb (used with object)
2.
to empty or drain (a vessel), especially by drinking the contents.
Origin of toom
900
before 900; Middle English tome (adj.), Old English tōm; cognate with Old Norse tōmr
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